State Street Fruit Store

51 State Street
Northampton, MA 01060
413-584-2301
Fax 413-586-3753

Cooper's Corner

31 Main Street
Florence, MA 01062
413-586-1684
Fax 413-584-6607

State Street Fruit Store

51 State Street
Northampton, MA 01060
413-584-2301
Fax 413-586-3753

Cooper's Corner

31 Main Street
Florence, MA 01062
413-586-1684
Fax 413-584-6607

Wine, Beer & Spirits Specials

July 15 - August 4

Summer Specials

Beers

Devil’s Purse Brewing

Handline Kolsch

12 pack cans

$17.39

Founders All Day IPA

15 pack cans

$17.25

Brasserie Dupont

Saison Dupont

4 pack bottles

$12.79

Narragansett Original Lager

16 ounce 6 pack cans

$12.39

Liquors

Glenmorangie Original

10 year Single Malt 750 mL

Gift Sets, too!

$39.99

Glendalough Wild Irish Gin

750 mL

$29.99

V One Original Vodka

1.75 L

$42.99

Cruzan Estate Rums

Light & Dark

1.75 L

$20.99

Wines

Trig Point

Diamond Dust Vineyard Cabernet

$21.99

Commanderie de la Bargemone

Rose de Provence

$15.99

Pico Maccario ‘Lavignone’

Barbera d’Asti

$11.99

Santa Ema Terroir Select

Sauvignon Blanc

$7.99

James Bryant Hill

Chardonnay

$8.99

Alsina & Sarda

Organic Brut Cava Reserva

$9.99

July 2021 Wines of the Month

Pierrick Harang’s wines don’t just spring forth from the land. There is no family castle, no extensive vineyards, but there is five generations of wine merchants and œnologists all sharing the same drive to create the best possible wines from a region as steeped in the history of winemaking as any in the world. The Greeks were the first to plant grapes on the shores of the Mediterranean circa 500 B.C. Languedoc is now the largest of the French wine regions. “The climate here favors wine culture,” says a local producer. Mild winters, hot and dry summers as well as the low rainfall and the Tramontane wind help to keep the vines dry and healthy.  In the sunny south grapes flirt with the Mediterranean. The vineyards nestle between hills, valleys and small rivers. They cling to the steep slopes of the Pic Saint-Loup, or conceal themselves in the amphitheater formed by the Black Mountain. Here, from the Pyrenees to the outskirts of Nîmes, each landscape provides to the grape its own character and its own bouquet of flavors. Winemakers are always striving for excellence, producing sunny and unique wines.

le Petit Balthazar Rosé 2020
$6.99

100% Cinsault

Fantastically fresh and fruity, with gorgeous strawberry and raspberry flavors. This one shouldn’t be just for summer – we could drink it all year round. Modest alcohol too. We’re big fans.

le Petit Balthazar Rouge 2016
$6.99

100% Merlot

Fresh, fruity, and fun to drink! Pierrick Harang is a winemaker who wants our everyday wine to be a lot less boring. He sources great fruit, and harvests for flavor, not power. The payoff is light but delicious wines that never let you down. It’s no surprise that this guy is a killer wind-surfer. Enjoy on its own, or with barbeque, pizza, pasta, and cheeses.                                                                                                                                     

le Petit Balthazar Blanc 2020
$6.99

50% Sauvignon Blanc & 50% Viognier

This beautiful white blend is undergoes a classic maceration, with only the Sauvignon Blanc being stirred on the lees. The two varietals are then married in stainless tanks at low temperatures. It displays a pale yellow color with silver and green tints. The nose is intense with notes of lime, grapefruit, and other exotic fruits. It is crisp and fresh up front, but balanced with roundness and good acidity. It finishes with pleasant, but not sweet, fruit. Serve chilled on its own or with shellfish, white fish, white meat, or goat cheeses.

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